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Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

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Unread 07-21-2013, 12:36 AM
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Re: Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

Originally Posted by clemens View Post
would wrapping duct tape around the break then using a strap wrench work to remove the break. sounded good in my head and on computer. looking forward to how this one turns out on paper and game.
Riley hows the .284 coming along?
Might work, but i am going to use these 40 cases to do load testing to hopefully be ready for the next Townsend shoot in August. Now if i could only find my neck turning mandrel...

My 284 win is shooting pretty good now, wouldnt shoot worth anything until i got the bullets at least .045" off the lands. Right now i am at .070" off and it is just below 1/2 MOA but i am going to try two more seating depths and see what i come up with.

Now i a thinking of a 22x47 Lapua build and reworking our 338 Lapua, man this is addicting! Now i have to rebarrel all our rifles into something interesting.

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Unread 07-21-2013, 01:51 AM
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Re: Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

Yes it is addicting and I am not even anywhere close to even getting started. I have a win mod 70 in .06 thinking if redoing. All kinds if ideas everyday. Keep us informed this looks like fun
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